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Bayport Blog: Category - Financial wellness

Saving creates national financial wellness


Published: July 19, 2021
Categories: Financial wellness
Tags: Credit Health, Credit Wellness

Did you know that our county’s economic health depends on how much we as households and individuals save? Now that’s financial literacy that opens your eyes! Since March 1960, the SA Reserve Bank has been…

Where to save for financial wellness


Published: July 13, 2021
Categories: financial literacy, Financial wellness
Tags: Financial Literacy

Knowing how to choose the best savings instrument for your needs, is one of the pillars of financial literacy. You’ve decided to save money, reworked your personal budget to include an amount for saving, and…

Saving your way to financial health can be fun


Published: July 2, 2021
Categories: Financial wellness
Tags: Managing your Money

Spend less and save more. Only people who don’t have your financial stress can think it’s that easy. Not so. Let’s look at ways to put the fun into saving. With July being National Savings…

Financial literacy lessons for my younger self


Published: June 21, 2021
Categories: Debt Relief, Financial wellness
Tags: Budgeting, Debt stress, Financial Health, Financial Literacy, Financial Stress

Hindsight is 20/20 vision, the saying goes. If you could give your younger self money advice, what would it be? We asked a few Bayport community members to share their financial wellness wisdom. Donna: Don’t…

Money hacks when you’re in your 20s to build financial wellness


Published: June 7, 2021
Categories: Debt Relief, Financial wellness
Tags: Budgeting, Credit Health, Credit Wellness, Financial Health

The sooner you start making a financial plan for yourself, the brighter your future will be. A few simple steps today will make financial health in your 30s, and the years to come, a reality….

No personal budget and other money mistakes young people make


Published: June 3, 2021
Categories: Financial wellness
Tags: Budgeting

The saying goes you’re never too old to learn. The opposite is also true: you are never too young to learn about, and do, the right money things to achieve financial wellness. June is Youth…

Make sure insurance contributes to your financial health


Published: May 17, 2021
Categories: Financial wellness
Tags: Budgeting, Financial Health, Financial Literacy
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Make sure insurance contributes to your financial health A cornerstone of financial planning is making sure you have enough insurance and the right types of insurance. There is a saying that we don’t think about…

Financial literacy is extremely important when getting a new job


Published: May 3, 2021
Categories: Financial wellness, Workplace loans
Tags: Financial Literacy, Workplace financial wellness
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Financial literacy for the newly employed Your first, or even a new job, is an exciting thing. Understanding your fringe benefits can be equally exciting as it moves you towards long-term financial health. The best…

With financial planning and a personal budget, holiday activities don’t have cause financial stress


Published: April 23, 2021
Categories: Financial wellness
Tags: Budgeting, Financial Health, Financial Stress, Financial Tips
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With financial planning and a personal budget, holiday activities don’t have to break the bank and cause financial stress Keeping children busy during the holidays can feel like a full-time job. With some clever financial…

Budgeting for the Easter holidays


Published: April 6, 2021
Categories: Financial wellness, Financial wellness requires proper financial planning, Special events
Tags: Budgeting, Debt stress, Financial distress, Financial education, Financial Literacy, Financial Stress, Financial Tips
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The Easter Bunny might deliver chocolate, but he’s not known for leaving extra cash. Balancing your budget is still your job. April is a big holiday month in South Africa. Not only do we have…

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